Earthlink is set to begin offering mobile broadband service for people to use in their homes.
Sprint has just launched Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G service for the first time, though it has about two years before the rollout will be complete.
If you've been ooing and ahhing over 4G but don't feel like buying an expensive phone, the Conquer 4G may be for you.
Beceem Communications has developed a chip that supports multi-mode operation of both WiMAX and LTE, including live handoffs between the two technologies.
Want to check out a cool robotic butler? How about an encryption accelerator, a tricked-out WiMax car, or a high-speed software based network?
All were on display today at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
802.16m, 4G, 300 Mbps, VoIP, and a partridge in pear tree bring consumers of mobile broadband an embarrassment of riches, or more pictures of Tiger Woods' mistresses in bikinis. We'll take it all.
I’ve been watching the feeds from folks who bought the initial wave of non-3G iPads (why you would get one of these without 3G is beyond me) and think we can come up with an initial list of things that folks will want in generation 2.
As a further sign that next-gen mobile infrastructure is getting wide adoption, secondary player MetroPCS has announced that it will have a Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in place by the end of the year.
Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow has laid out his vision of how incompatible network technologies such as WiMax and Long Term Evolution (LTE) could eventually converge to form a common standard.
Sprint Nextel is reportedly poised to launch the first WiMax 4G smartphone at the CTIA wireless conference next week in Las Vegas.
Sprint Nextel is reportedly preparing to launch its first 4G handset during the first half of 2010.
Opinion – WiMax World USA opened its doors yesterday and welcomed more visitors and press than ever before. No question, the WiMax train is gaining speed quickly. Hardware makers had, given the technology's early state, an impressive array of devices on technologies on display that show that WiMax is real and worth the wait. So, what's up with the headline? Read on to find out.